#14 Friends: The Birth (Part 2) | ESL Video

#14 Friends: The Birth (Part 2)

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Description: Ross and Susan continue to argue. Phoebe sees the bright side.
Intermediate
1. What are Rachel and the doctor talking about?
2. At 0:38, Joey says, "Come on, _________. You can do it!"
3. How old is Monica?
4. Monica tells her mom, "I'm not even thinking about babies yet." Is that true?
5. What does Lydia say about the Knicks?
6. According to Ross, whose fault is it that they are stuck in the closet?
7. What happened to Phoebe's stepfather?
8. Why does Phoebe think the baby is the luckiest baby in the whole world?
All: Help!

Ross: I'm having a baby in here! Ok, everyone stand back. Ow.

Carol: Are they here yet?

Rachel: No, honey, they're not, but don't worry, because we are going to find them, and until we do, we are all here for you, ok?

Carol: Ok.

Rachel: Ok?

Carol: Ok.

Rachel: Ok, so anyway, you were telling me about Paris, it sounds fascinating.

Dr. Franzblau: It really was. There was this great little pastry shop right by my hotel. There you go, dear.


Joey: Come on, Lydia, you can do it. Push! Push 'em out, push 'em out, harder, harder. Push 'em out, push 'em out, way out! Let's get that ball and really move, hey, hey, ho, ho. Let's— I was just—yeah, right. Push! Push!


Monica: Now, Mom, everything's going fine, really. Yeah, Ross is great. He's uh, he's in a whole other place. No, he's gone. No no, you don't have to fly back, really. What do you mean this might be your only chance? Would you stop? I'm only 26, I'm not even thinking about babies yet.


Chandler: Where have you been?

Joey: Oh, just had a baby.

Chandler: Mazel tov!


Lydia: So how did you know I was even here?

Guy: Your mom called me. So is this her?

Lydia: No, this is a loaner.

Guy: I'm sorry you had to do this by yourself.

Lydia: I wasn't by myself. I had a doctor, a nurse, and a helper guy. So, did you see who won the game?

Guy: Yeah, the Knicks by 10. They suck.

Lydia: Yeah, they're not so bad.



Ross: Come on, come on. Damnit, damnit, damnit, damnit. (to Susan) This is all your fault. This is supposed to be, like, the greatest day of my life, y'know? My son is being born, and I should be in there, you know, instead of stuck in a closet with you.

Susan: The woman I love is having a baby today. I've been waiting for this just as much as you have.

Ross: No no no, believe me. No one has been waiting for this as much as I have, ok? And you know what the funny thing is? When this day is over, you get to go home with the baby, ok? Where does that leave me?

Susan: You get to be the baby's father. Everyone knows who you are. Who am I? There's Mother's Day, there's Father's Day, there's no... Lesbian Lover Day.

Ross: Every day is Lesbian Lover Day.

Phoebe: This is so great.

Ross: You wanna explain that?

Phoebe: I mean, well, 'cause when I was growing up, you know my dad left, and my mother died, and my stepfather went to jail, so I barely had enough pieces of parents to make one whole one. And here's this little baby who has like three whole parents who care about it so much that they're fighting over who gets to love it the most. And it's not even born yet. It's just, it's just the luckiest baby in the whole world.
I'm sorry, you were fighting.
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Exploring Relationships in 'Friends: The Birth (Part 2)'

Join the characters of 'Friends' as they navigate the complexities of relationships and parenthood in this heartwarming episode. Learn about the importance of support and love in challenging times.

This video delves into themes of family, friendship, and love. It provides valuable vocabulary related to parenting and emotions, making it a great resource for ESL learners looking to enhance their conversational skills.

'Friends: The Birth (Part 2)' is ideal for intermediate ESL learners interested in exploring human relationships and everyday life situations. It can be used in the classroom for discussions on family dynamics and emotional support.
Category

Friends

Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

relationships

parenthood

support

love

family dynamics

Discussion Questions

1.) What do you think Phoebe means by 'the luckiest baby in the whole world'?
2.) Do you think Ross and Susan will be able to resolve their differences for the sake of the baby?

Vocabulary

baby

parents

love

fighting

lucky

argue

bright side

care

born

whole